Open plan spacious holiday home
About Alison Richards
I professionally manage a variety of holiday homes in the Fremantle area. When not working I take an avid interest in real estate, renovating, rugby union (being a kiwi I am a All Blacks supporter), browsing through art galleries & antique shops and getting away for short holidays.
Why Alison Richards chose South Fremantle
You’ll love this cavernous 2 storey warehouse conversion with scenic tree top view. Sleep soundly knowing your trusty steed is secure and off the street, outside your own front door. The Tannery will give you 131m2 of generous light filled space (without losing that cosy atmosphere when it's time to cuddle up with a good book). Freshly baked bread and heart starter in-house roasted coffee just a 3 minute walk away. Situated in a hip & vibrant community, 200 metres from the ocean.
What makes this Townhouse unique
•Historic building •Short walk to beach, cafes, restaurants, pubs, harbour, museums and live music •Free CAT bus stop beside the property •Private outlooks, entry & courtyards •Pet friendly
Children not allowed
Pets allowed - Guest must abide by all house rules for dogsGuest must abide by all house rules for dogs
Max guests: 4 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
100% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Fantastic location, great transport
Alison's communications were excellent and the location of The Tannery was fantastic - free CAT bus on the corner right outside, wonderful cafes/eateries on your doorstep, beach two stops down (on the free bus) and the relaxed, bohemian vibe of Fremantle only 10 mins away (on the free bus). Don't miss out on a day trip to Rottnest Island to see great beaches, some snorkelling and Quokkas! We had a great time and know others will too :-)
Great location, lovely place, spoiled by the on going issue with front door key not functioning properly.
We stayed here for my wedding weekend and it was perfect. Beautiful property, great location. The door was a little hard to lock/unlock. Took me about 5 minutes every time. Might need replacement. Other than that, all was great.
Nice location and great kitchen.
This place was great for what I needed. The front door was a little tricky. Was worried I'd snap the key, but everything else was great.
Nice little bakery across the road and a coffee roaster down the street. Easy walk to the waterfront. Bathroom upstairs and second toilet downstairs.
Absolutely loved our stay in this vibrant spot. We enjoyed the smell of freshly baked bread every morning from the bakery across the road. Our dogs were completely secure, there wasn't a gap or any little spots they could escape. Will stay again.
Cozy and perfect location.
The Terrace house is perfect for a getaway holiday. It has everything you need. The location is fantastic. It’s so close to the shops and the beach. Free CAT is also around the corner. Couldn’t ask for more.
A few things to see and do in Fremantle:
The oldest building still standing in Western Australia today is the twelve-sided Roundhouse. The first permanent building to have been built in the Swan River Colony in the late 1830s, this building offers stunning views over Bathers Beach and the Indian Ocean.
Holding a fascinating history built as a high-security prison by convicts, the Fremantle Prison is one of Western Australia’s most significant cultural attractions. Opened to the public in 1992, this building has since offered tours that will take you through the chambers and the history of this icon.
Fremantle Arts Centre
Originally built as a ‘lunatic’ asylum in Western Australia, the Fremantle Arts Centre offers residencies, exhibitions, live music and art courses for locals and tourists.
Fremantle’s legendary ‘Cappuccino Strip’ offers many outdoor cafes and restaurants for you to enjoy a locally brewed beer or Western Australian wine whilst people-watching.
Dating back to 1897, the Fremantle Markets have always served as a market, originating as a wholesale and produce market until the 1950s.